Andrew Terranova

Andrew Terranova

Andrew Terranova is an electrical engineer, writer and an electronics and robotics hobbyist. He is an active member of the Let's Make Robots community, and handles public relations for the site. Andrew has created and curated robotics exhibits for the Children's Museum of Somerset County, NJ and taught robotics classes for the Kaleidoscope Learning Center in Blairstown, NJ and for a public primary school. Andrew is always looking for ways to engage makers and educators.

Latest from Andrew Terranova

I've got a 51 foot crocodile. What're you riding?

Tick Tock the Croc is a 51 foot long articulated human powered kinetic sculpture designed and built by a group of makers in Baltimore, where they competed in a kinetic sculpture race. Come meet the Tick Tock team and check out their reptilian friend at World Maker Faire in NYC... Read more »

Vincent applying "I FIXED IT" stickers to a visitor's arm cast.

Got broken stuff? Don't throw it away. Get in the mindset to fix it instead! Read more »

The Iron Man of Maine at Maker Faire NY 2013.

Cosplay artist, maker, tinkerer, and inventor Thomas Lemieux (aka The Ironman of Maine) made a huge splash at World Maker Faire in New York last year. Not one to repeat himself, this year he's coming back with a Stark Industries twist on another pop culture icon. Read more »

Launching the rocket glider.

Come see a demonstration of the Air Rocket Glider and the all new Compressed Air Rocket launcher v2.0 At World Maker Faire NYC in the Fly Zone, and while you are there, build and launch your own paper rocket that you can keep. Read more »

Circuit bending and beats show turned rapidly tu

Justin Emerson, Brett Marshall Lefferts, and Thom Uliasz are out to shatter the mystery of electronic music making. The trio perform, run workshops and make and modify electronic instruments under the name Burnkit2600. Last year at World Maker Faire in New York Burnkit2600 laid down the jams, keeping the crowds... Read more »

Colors for these paints come from natural materials.

Ancient people have been turning natural materials such as stones, bugs and plants into pigments for centuries. Experience a bit of alchemy and learn how to go from raw materials to paint to art. Read more »

Robot evolution through 3D printing.

Michael Overstreet combines his two loves of 3D printing and robotics by printing his own humanoid robots. His goal is to make robotics affordable by printing as many of the parts as possible. Also, his robots are super fun to watch and play with. Read more »

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